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Local Golf Report: So glad Golfing for a Cure is back

 

Last updated 6/2/2021 at 8:08am

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Stacy Mantle hits a shot during the 2019 Golfing for a Cure Tournament at Prairie Farms Golf Course. The tournament was canceled last year because of the pandemic, but resumes with the 2021 event set for this Saturday.

Tournament season is upon us and, fittingly, the first tournament on the Prairie Farms' golf schedule this summer is one that didn't get to happen last year.

The 16th annual Golfing for a Cure Scramble will be held Saturday at Prairie Farms. The tournament returns after being canceled due to the pandemic last summer.

Of course, the tournament is one of the most important and meaningful fundraisers on the Hi-Line, in my humble opinion. The Golfing for a Cure mission statement says "We are working together to raise funds to assist cancer patients across the Hi-Line and beyond. The event has been extremely successful at raising funds to provide aid to those fighting cancer."

I couldn't have said it better myself, and I have been lucky enough to be involved with the event in years past. This year's tournament will once again be an 18-hole scramble with registration at 8 a.m. Saturday, followed by a 9 a.m. shotgun start. Teams are composed of two women and two men.

Again, this tournament means so much to so many, and I'm excited that it's back after not being ale to be held last year. The Havre Women's Golf Association, which puts the event on, does an incredible thing with this event, and I'm so proud to have not only been a part of the tournament in different years, but to know all the wonderful people who work so hard to put it on.

So with that said, have a great Saturday everybody!

League golf continued last week. In men's league at Prairie Farms, Wagner Plumbing, Hole 19, Myers Ranch and Baltrusch Land & Cattle all tied for high team with 19.5 points Tuesday night. Jeremy Jensen and Jordy Donovan tied for low gross, each shooting even-par, while Neal Rosette Jr., was low net with a 30.5.

Last Wednesday night saw Gallery Lounge earn high-team honors with 24.5 points. Kyle Miller shot even to earn low gross and Brent Reber was low net with a 34.

Men's league also got going again at Beaver Creek last Thursday night. High team was RJS Associates with 44 points, while Cory Brothers was low gross with one-over par 37. Maynard Limberhand was low net at 32.

Prairie Farms Golf League Standings

Tuesday Night Men

Wagner Plumbing 104.5

Myers Ranch 98.5

Duscher Kapperud Insurance 95

BA Ranch 93

Mother Putters 92.5

Tire Rama 92

Stockman Bank 89.5

Hole 19 88

Tilleman Motors 85.5

Vic's Place 84

Rock Solid 83.5

Cowan & Sons 67

Wednesday Night Men

Gallery Lounge 100.5

Korb Construction 98.5

BPCU 97.5

HUB Insurance 97.5

Master Sports 95

Michelob Light 88

DA Davidson 87.5

Havre Laundry 84.5

Independence Bank 84

Loch Electric 79

Havre Ford 77.5

BCGC Men's League Standings

RJS Associates

Vics

Foreplay

BCGC

Parisons

Doug

Koefoed

Nalivkas

Bear Paw Saloon

Triangle

Fresno Tavern

Shamrocks

Chvilicek Farms

Fore S

Stockman Bank

Independence Bank

R-New Trading

Jittz

 

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